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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library

Establishing Coahoma County Agricultural High School in 1924, Coahoma County became the first county in Mississippi to provide an agricultural high school for Negroes under the then existing "separate but equal" doctrine for education. The junior college curriculum was added in 1949, and the name of the institution was changed to Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School. A surviving copy of the high school yearbook, The Aggian (1948), is included in this collection. The yearbook became the Coahoman in 1957. The Coahoman was not published in 1987. The Dickerson-Johnson Library contributions to the Internet Archive begin with the college's yearbooks, literary magazine, presidential reports and history of the band.

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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dimitrius Sneed, Kalyn Johnson, Tredarreun McNeal and James Cox, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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This edition spotlights The Blind Boys of Alabama and the Preservation Hall Jazz band as they perform at Coaohoma, pages 76 and 77. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dimitrius Sneed, and Tredarreun McNeal editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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Ladysmith Black Mambazo of Durban, South Africa is featured on pages 66 and 67. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dimitrius Sneed, and Tredarreun McNeal editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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The new Vivian M. Presley Administration Building appears on page 2. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Justin Montgomery, Editor-in-Chief; Ben Jones, Co-editor; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors.
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Dr. Tonea Stewart, actress and theatre arts professor at Alabama State University was the Founders Day Speaker.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Erika L. Davis, Editor-in-Chief; Randy T. Ratliff and Willie C. Robinson, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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Judge Greg Mathis speaks to an audience of 2,000 page 27.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Tommie Robinson, Jr., Editor-in-Chief; Larry Furdge, High School Editor; Mrs. Josephine P. Rhymes, Sponsor; Miss J. Powell, High School Sponsor
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Coahoma Junior College Academic and Athletic Halls of Fame are pictured on page 154. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Lynne' Williams and Rozetta Womack, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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In this edition Coahoma remembers vuctuns if September 11, 2001 and salutes student and employee veterans of the armed forces, pages150-151. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
Topic: yearbook
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Alvin Ward, II and DeAndre Stokes, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, advisors
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60th Anniversary Edition. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Erika L. Davis, and Randy T. Ratliff, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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This is the first full color edition of the Coahoman. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Jerry Counslor, Deidra Stokes and Mariesha Thompson, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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Judge Mablean Ephriam of Divorce Court fame is featured during a motivational speech on campus, page 54.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Erick D. Sumlar, Editor-in Chief; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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Local attorney and business owner, Bill Luckett and Academy Award winning actor, Morgan Freeman, receive the first honorary degrees ever conferred by the institution, pages 32 and 33. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Larry Thomas, Editor-in-Chief; Nayland Collier, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A.Barron, Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mrs. Rosa M. Brown, first grade teacher at Sandy Bayou Elementary School.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Lucinda Crawford, Editor-in-Chief; M.C. Martin, Assoiate Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor
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This is the Anniversary Edition published in recognition of the 34th anniversary of the high school and 10th anniversary of the college. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Rashad Spears, Editor; LaShun Griffin "Xuma Zan Zing," Advisor
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This edition is dedicated to Mrs. Georgia Lewis, chair of the English-Foreign Language Department.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Stanley Hart, Editor-in-Chief; Percy Anderson and Roger Givins, Asociate Editors; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Ms. Consuella Carter was Mississippi's first female band director. She served as band director form 1947 to 1976.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Ruby Reynolds, Editor-in-Chief; Lillie P. Davis, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstron, Co-Sponsor
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This 17th edition celebrates the Fiftieth Anniversary of Agricultural High School and Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Coahoma Junior College. It is dedicated to Dr. McKinley C. Martin, alumnus, teacher, administrator and co-sponsor of the Coahoman.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Timothy Lee Brown, Editor -in- Chief; Deborah Wiley, High School Editor; Mrs. Josephine Rhymes, Sponsor; Mrs. Gardenia P. Hicks, Co-Sponsor; Miss Earline M. Anderson, Mrs. Violet Furdge, and Miss Susie Burch, High School Sponsors
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This edition of the Coahoman joins in the Bicentennial Salute to America. It is dedicated to Mrs. Mirian D. Green, who guided the library from "a one-floor, non-accredited library with meager facilitgies and limited staff to a beautiful, four-story Library and Learning Resources Center attractively furnished, adequately and efficiently equipped and staffed, and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools." The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Percy Anderson, Editor-in-Chief; Annie Patton, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, Co-Sponsor
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Mr. James Earl Miller becomes the second president of the institution. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Shanickey Kirkwood, Editor; LaToya Curb Co-Editor; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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This 50th Anniversary edition is dedicated to Mrs. Cleo Daugherty who was the only living founder of the college.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Deidra Stokes and Mariesha Thompson, editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors.
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This editioon features the Grammy nominees Doug and Melvin Williams gospel singing brothers, pages 78 and 79. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Kwanza Gardner, Editor-in-Chief; Sonya Hardy, Co-Editor; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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This edition is dedicated to Mrs. Beatrice F. Pena Reid, Instructor-Chairperson of Education, Psychology and Social Science Department, because of her devotion to her students and the institution.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by John House, Editor-in Chief; Nancy Applewhite, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, High School Sponsor
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20th Year Anniversary Edition The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Charles M. Johnson, Editor-in-Chief; Lubbie Lofton, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, High School Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Thomas W. Richardson, Jr., "Artist par excellence." The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Editor, Sheri Criss;Jacqueline Ann Johnson, High School Editor; Mrs. Josephine P. Rhymes, Sponsor; Miss Earline Anderson, High School Sponsor
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The 1978 Coahoman is dedicated to the memory of Mr. Frank Wilson Gambrell, Jr., Academic Dean from 1973-1977. He had spent twenty-five years of dedicated, unselfish service to the college and community. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Lola Breckenridge, Editor-In Chief; J. Powell, Advisor
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Jimmie "J.J." Walker, better known as "Kid Dyn-o-mite," visits Coahoma Community College.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Cynthia Edwards, Editor-in-Chief; J. Powell, Advisor
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Dr. Vivian Presley is named interim president upon the announcement of Dr. McKinley Martin's retirement. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Flora L. Maroney, Editor-in-Chief; Patricia Hinton, High School Editor; Mrs. Josephine P. Rhymes, Sponsor; J. Powell, Advisor
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This edition is dedicated to Mr. Marvin Sigmon for twenty-five years of service on the Board of Trustees. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Tara Seals, Editor; LaShun R. Griffin, Advisor
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This edition is dedicated to the Coahoma County Board of Supervisors. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Cynthia Edwards, Editor-in-Chief; J. Powell, Advisor
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Dr. Vivian Presley becomes the first female president of Coahoma Community College (July 1, 1992) and also the first female to receive a key to the city of Clarksdale. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Linda Outlaw, Editor; Ralph Fielder, High School Editor; Mrs. Josephine P. Rhymes, Sponsor; Miss Earline Anderson, High School Sponsor
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The first Hall of Fame Inductees appear on page 127 of this edition. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Keisha Binder, Kwanza Gardner, Jessica Garman and Lashonda Brown, Editors; Mary Caradine and Yvonne Stanford, Advisors
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this edition is dedicated to Mrs. Beneva Thomas because of her total "concern, empathy and interest in the institution." The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dwayne Nelson, Editor-in-Chief; Ralph Fielder, High School Editor; Mrs Josephine P. Rhymes, Sponsor; Miss Earline Anderson, High School Sponsor
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Dr. McKinley C. Martin becomes the third president, January 1, 1980 (page 15). The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Arnold Stanton, Editor-in-Chief; Martha Walton, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, Co-Sponsor
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This volume is dedicated to Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, Senior High School Sponsor and Co-Sponsor of the Coahoman. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Patricia Johnson, Editor-in Chief; Anthony Collier, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mr. Frank McCune, the first full time Registrar of the college. The new Maroon and White Activities Bus is featured in this edition. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Angel Fores, Managing Editor; LaShun Griffin, Advisor
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President's new home was completed December 1997 page 64. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Myron Martin, Cheryl Furdge, and Mitchell Allen, Editors; Francis Silket, High School Editor; Felecia Johnson, High School Co-Editor; J. Powell, Sponsor
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Toni Seawright, the first black Miss Mississippi visits the campus and is honored with a reception on October 17, 1987 (pages 36-38). The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Levon Kinard, Editor-in Chief; Delores Carter, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, Co-Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mr. Leroy Gorman, Financial Aid Director. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Carl Anthony Powell, Editor-in-Chief; Ursula Annette Smith, High School Editor; Mrs. Delores Stanford, Advisor; J. Powell, High School Advisor
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This edition is dedicated to Dr. Vivian Mathews Presley, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, for her "cooperative endeavors in helping Coahoma secure financial resources through her grantsmanship." The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Melvin Willis, Editor-in-Chief; Drucilla Jones, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, High School Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mr. Marion M. Reid. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Edna Chase, Editor-in-Chief P.W. Hill, Jr., Associate Editor Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor
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This ediition is dedicated to Mrs. Cleopatra Dauherty for her "excellence and accuracy as secretary and bookkeeper." The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
Topic: yearbook
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Rosetta Naomie Brown, Editor-in-Chief; Davelyn Jordan, High School Editor; Miss Hattie L. Jenkins, Advisor; J. Powell, High School Advisor
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This edition of the Coahoman is a Flip Flop book. The next six editions are Flip Flops: The Aggian on one side and the Coahoman on the opposite side. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
Topic: yearbook
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by M. C. Martihn, Editor-in-Chief; Helen Holloman, Associate Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor
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This ediition is dedicated to Dean Mary G. Whiteside, "Coahoma's Gudiding Star." The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Editors, Peggy Watts and Bennie Gooden; Mrs, Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; B.O. Wilcox, Co-Sponsor
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This is the first edition of the Coahoman. This edition is dedicated to President Benjamin F. McLaurin. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Myron Martin, Cheryl Furdge, and Mitchell Allen, Editors; Marcus C Reeves and Christopher, High School Editors; J. Powell, Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mr. Eddie C. Smith, Director of Institutional Relations. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
Topic: yearbook
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Denise Darsella Harris, Editor-in-Chief; Earl Fields, High School Editor; Miss Hattie L. Jenkins, Advisor; Miss J. Powell, High School Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mr. Earl L. Gooden, Dean of Pre-Baccalaureate Programs. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Sarah Smith, Editor-in-Chief; Agnes Chase, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, Co-Sponsor
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This edition is dedicated to Mrs Christine Curry for development of a "first class" Business Education Department. The edition also includes "In Memoriam" for Mr. Marion de'Macio Reid for whom the 1970 Coahoman was dedicated. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Gloria Hall, Editor; Arthur Fielder, High School Editor; Mrs. Josephine Rhymes, Sponsor; Mrs. Earline M. Anderson, High School Sponsor
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The 1977 Coahoman depicts the flat, rich, fertile, soil of the Mississippi delta. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Alma J. Cole, Editor-in-Chief; Frank Blunston, Associate Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor, Mr. B. O. Wilcox, Co-Sponsor
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This second edition is dedicated to Mrs. Zee Anderson Barron whose responsibilty was to organize and direct the college for three years.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by P.W. Hill, Jr. Editor-in-Chief, Arthur Walls High School Editor, Mrs. Zee A. Barron Sponsor
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The Tiger football team won the 1963 Southern Intercollegiate Conference Championship. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Joseph McNary, Editor-in-Chief; Rachel Washington, High School Editor; Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor; Miss Earline M. Anderson, High School Sponsor
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This edition features the retirement of Mr. Frank B. McCune, Agricultural High School Principal. It is dedicated to Mr. Charles Reid, Director of Public Relations and Institutional Research. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Francis Silket, Editor; Marcia Martin, High School Editor
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This edition is dedicated to Rita Sargeant Hanfor, Dean of Admissions and Records. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Carla Linzy and Cynthia Smith, Co-Editors; J. Powell, Advisor
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The first Licensed Practical Nursing Class is featured on pages 104-105.
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60th Anniversary Celebration
Topic: history
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Derma Kirkman, Editor-in-Chief; George Strong, Feature Editor
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This is the last known copy of The Aggian before the college was founded.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Timothy Williams, Editor; Jennifer Elmore, High School Editor; J. Powell, Sponsor
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The 1991 Coahoman is dedicated to Mr. S.T. Bailey, Principal of Coahoma Agricultural High School. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Robert Holloway, Editor-in-Chief, Claudette Crum, Associate, Mrs. Zee A. Barron, Sponsor
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The 1961 edition is dedicated to Ms. Ethel Vivian Dickerson, the first librarian of Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School. The Tiger football team won the Southern Intercollegiate Chanpionship. The Coahoman was not published in 1987.
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Compiled by: President James Miller, Lee Roy Garmon, Eugene Fox, Mrs. Dorsey Oberlin and John Mayo
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This publication is a history of the Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School Band.
Topic: history
Three-year review of Coahoma Community College
Topic: history
Source: folio
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Anderson Lenard, Editor; Marcia Martin, High School Editor; J. Powell, Sponsor
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Coahoma Junior College officially changed its name July 1, 1989, to Coahoma Community College as voted on by the Coahoma Community College Board of Trustees and the Mississippi State Board for Community and Junior Colleges. The Coahoman was not publiched in 1987.
Topic: yearbook
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dr. McKinley C. Martin
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Creative Writer's Workshop
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Coahoma Community College students
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Literary publication sponsored by the English Department and Federal Programs Writing Across the Curriculum Sunflower writing center of Coahoma Community College
Topic: literature
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
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Report on the status of Coahoma Community College
Topic: history
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dr. McKinley C. Martin
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Report on the status of Coahoma Junior College
Topic: history
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dr. McKinley C. Martin
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Report on the status of Coahoma Junior College
Topic: history
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Coahoma Community College students
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Literary publication sponsored by the English Department of Coahoma Junior College
Topic: literature
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Coahoma Junior College students
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Literary publication sponsored by the English Department of Coahoma Junior College
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Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dr. Vivian M. Presley
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Four-year review of Coahoma Community College
Topic: history
Source: folio
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Coahoma Junior College students
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Literary publication sponsored by the English Department and Federal Programs Writing Across the Curriculum
Topic: literature
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Dr. McKinley C. Martin
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Report on the status of Coahoma Junior College
Topic: history
Coahoma Community College, Dickerson-Johnson Library
by Coahoma Community College students
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Literary publication sponsored by the English Department and Federal Programs Writing Across the Curriculum
Topic: literature
Ten-year review of Coahoma Community College
Topic: history
Source: folio